Share. Collaborate. Learn
Mind the Innovation Mastermind Hour is a group where you can collaborate with your peers and mentors. Meeting monthly to help others and seek help on unique continuous improvement projects and challenges.
The Mind the Innovation’s Mastermind hour builds meaningful relationships with your peers while helping each other solve unique challenges and come up with creative ideas to test out in your product development efforts.
During mastermind hours, we talk about helpful topics:
Not Learning from experience
While running projects we experience what we should do better the next time around. However, in the next project, we make no changes and the same problems crop up again.
What is the most important product of R&D, and is wasted the most?
Discussion about knowledge generation, how knowledge is neither captured nor shared. The concept of reusable knowledge can be discussed here too
How can adoption process be improved?
How to get an organization to adopt new practices/methods/tools?
Why you should join?
Think of a mastermind as a group of mentors
- Access to uncommon knowledge
- A peer-based leadership group that can help you gain perspective
- Developing together through input and advice from each other
- Can provide critical insights for leveling up faster in your business
- Get better at your job and as a person
- Learn new skills
- Create deep and lasting connections with incredible people
- A confidential space to discuss challenges and problems
Innovation is not just about processes and products, it’s also about people.
I’m a creative business professional with about 20 years of experience in innovative product development, B2B marketing, and process excellence within the consumer electronics and the global human-machine interface industry.
Through training, coaching, and engaging people I create an environment where people can flourish to obtain excellence.
I’m a psychologist by training and hold a PhD in Neuroscience and I’m experienced in pharmaceutical research as a researcher and manager. Foremost Lean Thinking is about teaching all employees how to learn rather than telling them what to do.
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An invitation-only mastermind group where you can collaborate with your peers and mentors